Hanging out on the porch after a long day of remote work.
Double-dipping into the watch box today:
Thinking of having this one surgically implanted to my wrist, I like it that much. But then, there’s the problem of changing the battery every year. So I’ll just hold off on that idea.
Oh Wow. This is an incredibly beautiful watch!!! BUT, I must stay away from beautiful, shiny objects right now.
Just got this back from service today, with a new bracelet. Really enjoying it.
Breitling 815 from the 70s
Grilling burgers for 70+ years? Who knows?
High altitude smoke enhanced sunsets here in the Chicago area.
Good morning world!
20 oz cue . . .
. . . 18 jewel movement.
Same watch as the last few days (only brought a swatch, a Fitbit, and an Omega) since we’re on a small vacation.
Considering that sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium have electrical charges and our cells can use these charged elements (ions) to generate electricity, I'd go for it! What could possibly go wrong?
Turn around Tuesday
Transplants have come a long way, plus the implantation of some man-made electronic devices (cochlear implants, pacemakers, heart valves, etc.), but I think I’ll wait and see how medical science does about transplanting watches.
I think this black band shows off the (tiny) drop-ear lugs on this watch quite nicely.
The closest I can get to taking my Gandad out fishing. Miss him lots. Glad his watch still connects us, at the risk of being too sentimental. 3 Coho’s reeled in today
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